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26-28 August Norwich Radical Film Festival


Te Norwich Radical Film Festival was established to promote and support filmmakers locally, nationally, and internationally. Tis is your chance to see films that are politically subversive and/or unique in form, documentaries that seek to raise awareness of the struggles of oppressed communities, fiction that explores or questions cultural norms, or avant-garde filmmaking that challenges traditional cinematic techniques. Films will be shown across the city including at Cinema City, Te Forum, Te Garage, Hollywood Cinema, St John the Baptist Church, Moosey Art and Te Owl Sanctuary. Find out more on their website and get involved.


norwichradicalfilmfestival.com


25-27August Te Norwich Medieval Mystery Plays Norwich Castle Keep


Come and watch a performance of plays written in 1533 in Norwich, about Norwich! Medieval mystery plays have always entertained the Nor-folk, and being able to see the N-Town Plays (their original name!) taking place in Norwich’s Castle Keep will be a real treat indeed. It’s family friendly, accessible to all and costs just £5, kids under 16 go free. Find out more about how life went down back in the day in our fine city. Book in advance at norwichmedievalmysteryplays.com.


02-03 September [Unit] Te Shoe Factory Social Club


27 August Te Owl Sanctuary Anarchist Bookfair


Te Owl is hosting a spectacular day and night of socio-political education and entertainment on the 27th. From 11am-5pm you can check out stalls hosted by local and national organisations who work with animal rights, socio-political action and grass roots campaigning. Get inspired by talks and lectures hosted by activists and campaigners, and enjoy some delish vegan food, with proceeds going to refugee support groups, and natch, a fully licensed bar. Stay til the evening, when live music from Petrol Girls and Cistem Failure will get you moving. It’s free entry but donations are encouraged. Nice one Te Owl.


musicglue.com/the-owl-sanctuary


Bill Vine, Anthony Bailey and Dan Tombs have come together to form [UNIT], a collective of innovative, arty guys creating brand new audiovisual, multi-sensory, immersive performance. Tey play around with the theory of performance, changing the spaces and relationships between the audience and performers, and closing the gap between the two. If you’re into traditional, electronic or experimental music and live visual art, you’ll dig this, especially in the wonderful surroundings of the newly opened Shoe Factory Social Club. Find out the deets on Facebook and go check it out.


32 / August 2016/outlineonline.co.uk


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